Then you walk around the back of the car and look through the rear window.Every film fan has a favourite movie quote, including all those industry bods across the pond in Hollywood. But Jimmy Chitwood (Maris Valainis) is part Larry Bird, part Rain Man, letting the swish of the basketball net do his talking. His support of embattled Coach Dale (Gene Hackman) sways the town, and his skill transforms Dale from goat to genius.In the championship game, the Brylcreemed god overrules Dale's last-second strategy with three words: "I'll make it." Definitely.“When you go to a nice restaurant, you want to be relaxed and have a drink and everything, you want to look at people who look well.You don’t want to look at some slob with an open shirt and a hairy chest. “I wouldn’t take it as a compliment if someone looked at one of my shoes and said, ‘Oh, that looks like a comfortable shoe.’ There is a heel that is too high to walk in, certainly. Be aware of this and realize that he’s okay with disappointing you. Don’t be with someone who doesn’t do what they say they’re going to do.
“Fashion is what you’re offered four times a year by designers. “I always feel that if you’re gonna be uncomfortable and unhappy in something, just because you think it’s in or it’s chic, I would advise you to be happy rather than well-dressed. “I don’t want a politician who’s thinking about fashion for even one millisecond. The idea of a person in a Comme des Garcons humpback dress giving me a colonoscopy is just not groovy.” — 38.
But it's about school days: Just the fact that Jason Schwartzman's tirelessly enterprising Max Fischer is a student at all becomes palpably bittersweet, since he's too young to ever win Olivia Williams, the teacher of his (and anyone's) dreams.
Written by Good Times co-creator Eric Monte and directed by Michael Schultz, this tearjerker provided the blueprint for Boyz N the Hood. Cameron's ballad "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday," remains as beloved as the film.
Journalists often run their own ‘best quotes of all-time’ lists but The Hollywood Reporter has shaken things up a little by asking 1,600 experts from actors and producers to directors and agents for their most loved line.
The poll took place in January and since then, reporters have been sifting through responses to order a Top 100 list for our viewing pleasure.